Join professional storyteller Polly MacIntyre from the comfort of your home as she reads three holiday treasures to put you in the seasonal spirit! Fun for all ages!
George Ade's 1903 story “The Set of Poe," is a short tale detailing the dream of the protagonist’s life to own a fine edition of the works of Poe.
For 50 years, Michael Green’s "The Art of Coarse Acting" has been essential reading for anyone with a passion for theatre and remains one of the funniest books about acting ever written.
"The Loudest Voice" written in 1959 by Grace Paley addresses complex issues for those who don't celebrate Christmas with humour and sensitivity.